Barbados and Misc.

The easternmost of the Caribbean islands, Barbados is rich in British history and often called “Little England” for its lasting influence. Cricket matches and afternoon tea are common.  A bus tour took us past sugarcane fields and plantations.  

Black Belly Sheep. Tails down for sheep, tails up for goats.
The above three pics are at the Sunbury Plantation House.

Many of the islands are mostly Catholic, but Barbados is mostly  Anglican.  The below is the St James Parish Church originally built in the 1600’s. Originally wooden replaced by a stone structure after the hurricane of 1780.

Since I told some friends I’d send photos of my birthday tea, I’ll take this time to add those along with a couple other misc.